« Last post by Rinad on Today at 05:03:59 PM »
things that have made a difference in my game are the following;
i DETACH YOURSELF FROM THINKING OF "MONEY" AS YOU PLAY.
ROULETTE IS A GAME AND A GAME THAT MUST BE PLAYED THE WAY YOU PLAY ANY GAME; THINKING OF MONEY CAN THROW OFF THE PLAYER SO MUCH OFF HIS GAME THAT HIS DECISIONS WILL NOT BE THE SAME AS WHEN HE PRACTICE AT HOME.
I just came back from a 8 days trip at Pananma city. won 1800 units. I had to play in the worst conditions I ever encountered in my life. women wanting money were allowed in the casino, beautiful ones, hitting on you. players pushing themseves around throwing chips around and placing crazy bets all over. dealers and pit boss not friendly and many did not spoke english, with not much experience dealing.
only 1 or 2 tables available. (could not go outside because of dangerous situations encountering tourists getting mugged. intense Raggeton music played so loud you could not even ear anybody.
I had to be TOTTALY FOCUS on my game and watch over my shoulder the whole time.
what made the difference in my game was to think JUST ABOUT THE GAME AND NOTHING ELSE.
I was actually praying hard as I was playing and was down much money at one time, and had to pull out more :bills secretely out of my pocket in the fear of being watched and targeted.
I DID NOT HAVE A GREAT TIME PLAYING AND IN ORDER TO WIN SUDDENLY REALISED THAT I WOULD HAVE TO PLAY MY GAME JUST THE WAY I ALWAYS PLAY AND NOT LET FEAR OF LOSING MONEY AND MY BAD SURROUNDING HAVE ANY EFFECT ON MY PLAY. PULLED IT OFF, NOT EASY.
a great lesson to learn, that i did.
but what really hit me like a ton of bricks is HOW MUCH LOOKING AT THE VALUE OF THE $$$ CAN AFFECT SOMEONE'S GAME. YOU MUST DETACH YOURSELF FROM IT IN ORDER TO WIN.
I play mostly a street method with a single number and have always done well with it. but it takes time and patience. I have that on my side. and the experience to know that you cant let emotions take over.
the test of your character is the best part in this game. you can see where you stand, and the more you grow as a individual, the better you get. take care my roulette friens.